CWL faculty member Anne Valente’s novel publishes this coming week. Ultimately the story within is a stunning tale of the all-consuming nature of grief and the permanence of loss, in and of itself a statement about a society where mass violence is increasingly common.
The weekend of Sept. 23-24, Santa Fe University of Art and Design hosted the student run City Different Festival. The musical event was free to attend, stretched over two days and had approximately 17 performances on the line-up, ranging from current students, alumni and out of state bands traveling through the southwest.
At the far southwest corner of the SFUAD campus, a pothole cairn appeared Thursday Sept. 29 at the roundabout near the Santa Fe Art Institute by an anonymous artist. Now not only will drivers need to be aware of potholes but now a cairn of rocks as well.
While SFUAD’s Writing Center tutors provide invaluable assistance in writing, art history and math, they also are engaged in a mission of their own—one that aims to empower students and allow them to speak confidently about their art
This November, as the rest of the country prepares to vote for a new president, SFUAD students are invited to take part in an election on campus. For the first time ever, elections will be held for Student Voice positions, voted on by the student body. All students are eligible for candidacy, so long as they announce their intention to run at a Student Voice meeting.
Studio Arts major Dagui Schunemann, left, a sophomore from Brazil, works on her collage during the Layers and Series painting class, in thaw. Natalie Buckner a Studio Arts major, and a junior from Dallas, Texas, works on her art piece in the background.
Romario Powell a Contemporary Music Junior is practicing Thai Chi on SFUAD’s campus. He hopes that the school would incorporate more meditative outlets for students to let their creative energies flow.
Jackalope Magazine is the student magazine of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Building on the interdisciplinary nature of our education, we aim to showcase the talent of our university and character of our city.